These days, more hipster cafes, bistros, dessert eateries and bakeries pepper the Muslim-dining scene in Singapore. Here’s a shortlist of halal-certified and Muslim-owned eateries that have a range of delightful offerings.
Hyde & Co. serves an all-day brunch menu until 5pm which includes dishes such as a chilli crab pasta ($21); har cheong kai chicken waffle ($18); truffle scrambled eggs with smoked salmon on sourdough rye bread ($24); and an ondeh ondeh French toast served with a gula melaka drizzle and vanilla ice cream.
Dinner is available from 6pm with items such as miso salmon ($23) and a curried tempura cod fish and chips ($25). Main courses change weekly.
Where: 785 North Bridge Road, tel: 6635-5785
Open: noon to 6pm (Mondays), noon to 10pm (Wednesdays to Fridays), 11am to 10pm (Saturdays), 11am to 6pm (Sundays), closed on Tuesdays
Info: Go to http://www.hydeandco.com.sg/ or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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